Built in 2006 by Nobiskrug, motor yacht LEXA was originally given her 'Triple Seven' or 777 name because the number is seen as a lucky combination in her native Germany. With the original concept born from a chance meeting at the 2002 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show between yacht designers and naval architects Frank E H Neubelt and Roland Krüger of Newcruise-Yacht Project+Design with her original Owners who were looking to build a custom yacht, the name stuck and has since become well-known on the charter market. Now under new Ownership, she will continue her exceptional reputation under a new name.
With styling influences taken from Formula One, LEXA’s striking exterior is complimented by a super stylish interior. Her intelligent layout offers a number of relaxation and entertainment options and an impressive line-up of luxury facilities can be found throughout. She sleeps up to 12 guests in five generous staterooms including a full-beam master suite on the main deck which features the finest materials and fittings to include a fully fitted white Thassos marble en suite.
Outdoors, charter guests can relax in her fantastic private beach club, with a lounge, bar and gymnasium and direct access to a bathing platform that is easily large enough to accommodate a couple of sun-loungers without blocking all other uses. LEXA’s expansive sundeck meanwhile is home to a large spa pool, ample sunpads and an al fresco dining area.
Superyacht LEXA is offered for charter at €420,000 per week plus expenses, contact your charter broker for further details.
The yacht's rebrand is the work of design agency Zebra.
68m Nobiskrug, 2006 / 2007